One necessary part of early childhood development is learning hand-eye coordination. Teaching hand-eye coordination is essential for kids to develop skills as basic as throwing a ball, to more complex fine motor skills like improving handwriting. Kids can learn basic hand-eye coordination at a young age by playing with blocks, putting together puzzles, and playing basic games. Find all of these resources and more.
There is nothing like simple blocks to spark the imagination. You can create, dawdle, build, roll, and explore endlessly with this starter set of 1” blocks. A dozen (12) blocks in all – two of... Read More
Tegu Magnetic Wooden Blocks are finely crafted and perfect for kids of all ages! With magnets embedded in every wooden block, kids can build multiple structures form various shapes. Based in Honduras... Read More
EMOTIONS IN MOTION!
Aim, toss & flip! Match 6 bean bag emotions with facial expressions on 6 target bowls. 1 or more players. Indoors or out.
The Explorer Box contains creative activities and games that children can enjoy playing by themselves, or with others. Then, after downloading the corresponding Augmented Reality app and scanning... Read More